It is (kind of) - I believe such anthropomorphic analogies to be misleading and inappropriate; i.e. black holes do not eat. Instead the immense gravitational forces of a black hole tend to attract and compact all matter. And this is… Full Answer
A Schwarzschild black hole is a non-rotating black hole. The Kerr black hole is a rotating black hole. Since the latter is more complicated to describe, it was developed much later. A Schwarzschild black hole is a non-rotating black hole… Full Answer
I believe such anthropomorphic analogies to be misleading and inappropriate; i.e. black holes do not devour everything. Instead the immense gravitational forces of a black hole tend to attract and compact all matter. Such misleading imagry presents an inaccurate perspective… Full Answer
the simple reson is mass.......that is if the star under consideration is a heavy one, it is more likely to turn into a black hole and if it is comparatively smaller it is prone to turn into a neutron star… Full Answer
Yes. Intermediate-mass black hole is a medium size black hole. Scientists have found stellar black holes and supermassive black holes but there is no prove that Intermediate-mass black type of black holes exist. My opinion is that they do exist… Full Answer
A black hole is a type of star with excessive gravity. Here are some sentences. The star was sucked into the black hole close by. A black hole will even absorb light. The scientist is studying a black hole.
There is no getting out of a black hole. Note: There is absolutely no empirical evidence to support any real mass escaping a black hole. Only radiation has ever been detected, and it is emitted/expelled from the black hole by… Full Answer
Not exactly - What Stephen Hawking did was to promote a rationalization for an argument that black holes and white holes have similar natures. In quantum mechanics, the black hole emits Hawking radiation, and so can come to thermal equilibrium… Full Answer